reDiscovery Podcast S4E3: Offbeat Road Trips to Discover India

Roadtrip !!! Yep, everyone loves a good roadtrip and we are here to tell you that India has plenty of them. And no … we are not talking about Delhi to Leh or Mumbai to Goa .. both great roadtrips, but probably a bit overdone!! We are going to take you on roadtrip through some…

Kolhapur’s Pehelwani Heritage

An insight into the wrestling tradition of Kolhapur, a place that put India on the international wrestling map and gave us our first individual Olympic medal.

reDiscovery Podcast S4E2: Winter travel options!

When you aim to travel a country as vast as India, while there is always someplace new to explore and rediscover, there are many that warrant a second and sometimes third visit! In this episode we talk about our Winter Wishlist, places we have visited before but would like to return to in the winter….

The Landour List

Perched high up in the hilly Deodhar forests, with views of the Garhwal Himalayas to the north and the plains of Dehradun to the south, Landour is a world away from its downstairs neighbour, bustling Mussoorie. Six weeks of travelling around Uttarakhand, whilst full of wonderful experiences, was exhausting and we were looking forward to…

Our pick of places to visit in Mumbai

As travellers we are always encouraging everyone to wander around their own backyards and explore more of India. When we began our journey, we started looking for interesting places to visit in Mumbai, uncovering some of the hidden treasures casually strewn around the city we call home, from the Chinese temple in Mazgaon, the only one…

The Women Changemakers of Uttarakhand

I started my professional life training elected women across villages in India with an NGO based out of Delhi. At 22, fresh out of college, with a head full of ideals it was a sobering and humbling experience, one that has shaped many of my life choices and perspectives. These village women, with the right…

Tracing the Origins of Madhubani Paintings in Bihar

It gave us a form, a way to express ourselves,” says Godavari Devi, remembering a time gone by. I am sitting in the modest living room of her home in the small, quiet hamlet of Ranti, near Madhubani town, while she regales us with tales from her travels as a National Award-winning Madhubani artist. Behind…

Photo Story: People of the Hills

Besides the wonderful views, invigorating walks, wholesome food and perfect weather one of the reasons we love Uttarakhand was the people. There is a special something about the people of the hills. Their ready smiles, easy nonchalance and generous hospitality means that you are never far from a good conversation and a steaming, sweet, cup…

Ask Us Anything at the Cleartrip Digital Travel Meetup!

When we started travelling, we dreamed of lots of things, but one thing we probably never imagined was that we’d be on a panel with other established travellers and bloggers in a forum organised by one of India largest travel companies! So we are super stoked and pleased to announce that we will be part of…

Tungnath: A great trek in Uttarakhand for beginners

Babyyy!!! Leave me and go …. I can’t walk any more! I looked back, grinning, at Ambika, who was a few steps behind me, her tongue sticking out panting. Don’t worry it’s just a little more, I said, secretly hoping I was right! During the last half hour or so our breaks had increased exponentially…